All Webby Winners in attendance will have the opportunity to make a 5-Word Speech. Below is information on delivering a great speech and and sharing it with the world. Note: If you have not acquired your table or tickets yet, please visit

– Recording Your 5-Word Speech
Sharing Your 5-Word Speech
Tips for Making a Great 5-Word Speech


1. Recording Your Webby 5-Word Speech

All attending winners are invited to join us for Webby 5-Word Speech Day on Sunday, May 12th, 10AM-5PM, at PUBLIC, an Ian Schrager Hotel to record one Webby 5-Word Speech (per winning work). This is also your chance to sit with our photographer for your Official Winner Portrait:

PUBLIC, an Ian Schrager Hotel
10:00am – 5:00pm
215 Chrystie St
New York, NY 10002

To plan and schedule your speech, please visit:

2. Sharing Your Webby 5-Word Speech

This year, to ensure as many people experience The Webbys as possible, we’re sharing the best moments from the show as they happen across Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. We’re also making sure that Winners have what you need to share your speech on the night of the celebration.

Important: On the day of the show, Monday, May 13, Winners will receive their Webby 5-Word Speech by text message and email, fully optimized for sharing on social. We encourage you to share your 5-Word Speech on your social channels that night using #Webbys to give it the most visibility.

3. Tips for Making a Great 5-Word Speech

You have just 5 small words, but they can say so very much. Below are eight tips on making a great 5-Word Speech, with examples from past winners.

Wanna make it on the Webby stage?

Email or tweet us at @thewebbyawards by May 4th to tell us why you should be on stage this year.

And join us on Twitter on Thursday, May 9th, for Create My #5WordSpeech Day and get 5-Word Speech advice from people across the Internet.

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